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Private Day Trips Near Toronto

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From :
CA$ 725

With rotating destinations each season, private tours allow you to escape the city and get into the wilderness with your nearest and dearest, enjoying the outdoors with an experienced guide. The cost of your private day trip is the same, whether it’s for 2 people, 6 people or anything in between. If your group includes children under the age of 12, contact us so we can ensure the itinerary is kid-friendly.

Please look at our current destinations below to see what suits your group best and book online to secure a date! We will contact you within 24hrs of booking to confirm a convenient pick-up location for you.


  • If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact your guide Javier at 647 409 7400!

    Toronto Day Trip Destinations:

    • Hiking and Swimming in Algonquin Park
      Algonquin Provincial Park is the oldest and most iconic park in Ontario! Attracting hikers, canoeists and outdoor enthusiasts from across the country. It will charm you with its natural beauty, wildlife and lookout points. Hint: the spring season is a great time to spot moose!

Once we enter the park, we will stop to stretch our legs and admire several lakes and even stop for some swimming in Algonquin Park if weather permits. With so many hikes to choose from, we can discuss what trail suits your group best in advance of your trip!

    • Muskoka Ultimate Adventure
      This tour will take you through several highlights of the Muskoka region, well known for being a destination to enjoy waterfalls, impressive landscapes and rock formations. During this adventure we will be stopping at:

High Falls— Locally known as “Niagara of the North”, we will be standing safely very close to the waterfall so you can feel its power. As a bonus, we can also explore Potts Falls from here, a smaller but equally fascinating waterfall!

Hardy Lake— This 7km, mostly flat hike will take us around one of the prettiest lakes in Muskoka. A highlight of this hike is its boardwalk, which is an amazing spot to take photos!

Huckleberry Rock Lookout— Here, we will be standing on some of the oldest rocks on earth (the Canadian Shield), and we will hike to the most scenic lookout of this region that offers an impressive view of Lake Muskoka.


    • Killarney & French River Hiking
      Killarney Provincial Park holds a very special place in our hearts! On this adventure, we will hike *“The Crack”*- a famous 4 hour, 7 km roundtrip hike ascending huge pink, grey and white granite/quartz rock formations. The French River trail takes its name from the dramatic, deep crevasse that forms walls on the sides of the trail towards the end of the French River hike. After getting through the crack, you arrive at an unforgettable panoramic lookout where several clear blue lakes, framed by beautiful Georgian Bay jack pines. On our way back to Toronto, we will also visit the French River Conservation Area, which features an interesting and accessible suspension bridge over the river.

Please Note: This is not a beginner’s hike. In order to summit in a timely manner, we suggest this trip for folks who are comfortable hiking uphill and going through a few tight spaces. Due to the rocky terrain, sturdy shoes (ideally hiking boots) are necessary- especially if the weather calls for rain.

    • Bruce Peninsula Hiking
      Nestled between Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, the Bruce Peninsula is designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere and is one of the most breathtaking places in Canada. It has unique rock formations, abundant wildlife, ancient trees and crystal clear turquoise waters that will leave you refreshed and inspired!

After arriving at the Bruce Peninsula, your guide Javier will lead you on a hike to explore some notable geographic features of the park and the best places to take unique photos. This trip also includes a stop at Inglis Falls, where you can see one of the nicest waterfalls in the region.___________________________________

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is included in the tour?
A: Transportation there and back, guidance and admission/parking at all parks and conservation areas. There will be a stop for dinner at the end of the trip **food/drinks/snacks are not included** in the cost of your trip.

Q: What should I bring with me/wear?
A: Appropriate clothing for hiking (close-toed shoes and clothing to match the local weather that day)
-Bug Spray & Sunscreen
-Snacks/lunch for the day and plenty of water or refillable water bottle

Q: What measures is Toronto EcoAdventures taking with Covid-19?
A: Your health is our top priority, and we have put special measures in place to keep all guests safe both during and after your activity.

    • Cleaning Protocols – We’ve increased the frequency of disinfecting surfaces and high traffic areas between each tour, and hand sanitizer will be available to all of our guests.
    • Masks/Face Coverings – Guests will be asked to wear masks while inside our vehicle. We ask that guests provide their own masks. If you have a medication condition that prohibits you from wearing a mask, please advise us of this before your trip.
    • Wellness Checks/Pre-screening – Employees receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom-free. If anyone in your group is experiencing symptoms, they will be asked not to participate in the private tour.